Cabela's, the outdoors retailer, has long been one of my favorite shopping destinations. It's not simply a store brimming with fishing and hunting equipment. It's an experience. Even when I don't need anything, I will drive 80 miles from my hometown in Ohio to watch the fish in the aquarium, study the taxidermied game, or play in the shooting gallery. I inevitably purchase something. It's a smart business model.
But the company now appears headed for a sale, and sadly, thousands of jobs may be lost as anti-gun advocates value a meaningless protest over the livelihood of hardworking families.
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